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November 11 in freethought history…

November 11, 1922 – Kurt Vonnegut, one of the greatest American writers of the 20th century, is born in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1922. A lifelong atheist and humanist from a family of freethinkers, Vonnegut was an honorary president of the … Continue reading

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National Day of Reason

The 7th US Circuit Court of Appeals recently threw out the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s lawsuit against the National Day of Prayer, citing lack of standing.  Paraphrasing the court, “If the president isn’t complaining, there’s no case.”  Of course, the … Continue reading

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Podcast #116 – Darwin Day vs In God We Trust

We look at two non-binding resolutions currently in the works within the new US House of Representatives: one in support of Darwin Day (February 12th), and another looking to reaffirm “In God We Trust” as the national motto.  Guess which … Continue reading

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